Technology

Students from Laurel Ridge Community College were sponsored by the Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) are attending a NASA/West Virginia Space Grant Hack Week Program this week at West Virginia University. The students and their faculty advisor, Melissa Stange worked on Fault Diagnosis for Safety-Critical Autonomous Systems. The educational and training activities introduced the participants to the critical problem-space...

Did you know that VSGC offers programs and scholarships for students and faculty from middle school all the way to graduate school? We also offer opportunities for educators. Download an interactive pdf here to learn more....

VSGC supports a number of Innovative Projects every year for both K-12 and Higher Education projects. This year, 12 awards were made totaling over $80,000....

Nineteen Virginia community college faculty completed the STEM Takes Flight Professional Development workshop at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Wallops Flight Facility....

The final Technology Exploration Saturday was held at NASA Langley this weekend. Peninsula middle school students and parents competed to design and build penny haulers and robotic arms....

A giant leap towards space for Virginia university students took place on February 26 when students from three Virginia universities delivered their small satellites to NanoRacks in Houston. ...

Applications are now open for the 2019 STEM Takes Flight NASA Research Experiences Program. Virginia Community College students in STEM fields with a GPA of at least 2.5 are eligible to apply. ...

Virginia Space Grant Consortium, in partnership with Averett University, held a STEM conference for K-12 educators October 2 featuring Dr. Christine Darden. ...